Question about Computers & Internet
Try connecting it to an external monitor... if the problem persists on the external monitor, then you have an issue with the video card or motherboard. Try drivers first, then replace parts.
If the problem does not occur on the external monitor, then you need a new LCD screen.
Posted on Sep 08, 2009
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